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the actions of such drivers and peggy fox talked to some of the people fighting to make distracted driving illegal, just like drink driving. >> hit it so hard that her car like blew up. >> reporter: carrie witnessed a distracted driver kill herself when she swerved off the road two months ago. >> but she kept looking down and then looking up. so, she was obviously looking for something in the car and then as i started to go up the hill, i looked and it was like her car exploded. it was like boom! >> reporter: they are fighting against distracted driving spear headed by focus driven, a few group. the founding members all have lost loved ones because of distracted driving. >> look at that beautiful smile and that beautiful smile, and the x-rays of her teeth are what identified her body. >> she should have graduated this year from college. she should be spending her first year in college. her mother and i should have seen her wed and held our first grand baby. >> so if they see somebody with a cell phone in their hand they are going to give them a ticket. >> reporter: they appeared with the t
between terminals at dulles international airport is about to get a heck of a lot easier. peggy fox introduces us to the arrow train. >> reporter: the new train system at dulles international airport is finally up and running. >> i remember when there was no subway. >> reporter: not metro rail. that's still in the works. this is arrow train that will whisk passengers from the terminal to their concourse in no time, starting tomorrow. >> they've been planning it 15 years? >> reporter: that's right. the underground tunnel and four- mile train track have taken eight years to build. the train takes passengers to the a, b and c concourses, replacing the mobile lounges which have been around sincedulles opened in 1962. >> 30 years ago it was like a cow farm, and you were going some where far, so it didn't matter. but that would be magnificent. >> reporter: the ride from the terminals here takes under 2 minutes, a big improvement from the people movers which can take up to 15 minutes. >> since mobile lounges are operating on the surface and trying to share the same pavement areas as airpla
. and "the wall street journal's" peggy noonan. >>> up next, david axelrod goes after karl rove. >>> plus, the late-night royal rumble gets worse. you have to see this clip. jimmy kimmel goes off on leno on leno's own show. and conan puts his show up for sale on craigslist. >> what a beautiful day from boston all the way to d.c. these are the warmest temperatures we've seen in weeks. 50s in d.c. nice and warm. in south texas, only bad weather. san antonio and houston, taking a look at the extended forecast. watched the rain today in texas. heads through the southeast on saturday. and then sunday, all the nasty weather heads up into new england. so plan your weekend accordingly, we could even see snow in interior new england. sunday, could be very, very messy. you're watching "morning joe" brewed by starbucks. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 somewhere along the line, tdd# 1-800-345-2550 investors got lost in the shuffle. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 investment firms forgot whose money it is. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 enough is enough. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 it's time investors got what they deserve. tdd# 1-800-345-2550
offender registry is dead after being tasered by police in arlington. as peggy fox reports, it happened just after 8:00 last night at the pentagon metro station after an officer spotted a shoplifting suspect. >> reporter: right here on the platform at the pentagon city metro station, a struggle took place. an arlington police officer had spotted this man, 36-year-old, william randolph of dc, wanted in a larceny at a nearby pharmacy. >> when the officer approached the suspect, the suspect became combative. >> reporter: the officer called for help. >> while the suspect and the officer were alone, he was still fighting. the officer deployed his taser. it didn't appear to have an affect on the suspect. >> reporter: a second officer arrived and handcuffed the suspect. as standard procedures for tasered deployment, the officers called for medics. >> when medics arrived, they transported the suspect to the the hospital and he was pronounced dead. >> reporter: he was released from prison two years ago after being convicted of the sex offense and other crimes. they recovered items on him believe
may occur. >>> i am peggy fox with moms like me.com. the web site working to improve the lives of local moms. this wednesday morning you're invited to help the people of haiti. we're making emergency health kits with soap, toothpaste and more. deis on what to do and where to go are on www.momslikeme.com. hope to see you wednesday. >>> two suspected car thieves are under arrest after a wild chase through las vegas this morning. investigators say police were checking out a report of an auto break-in when the driver took off. the vehicle sped through red lights and then went on the wrong side of the wrong way. the chase ended in a casino parking lot where a man and woman were taken into custody. >>> and the pilot of a small plane had to -- was forced into a -- was forced to land his air craft on the 11th hole of a houston golf course last night. air traffic controllers tried to help brandon ford make it to the airport but then he had to change course when it became obvious he just was not going to make it. >> they have a wonderful golf course here. it is very smooth fairways and n
in haiti's rubble. peggy fox shows us how search and rescue teams train for that kind of a mission. >> reporter: finding survivors under piles of concrete takes a delicate balance between heavy machinery and careful searching. >> once we get up to it, we can see if, in fact, we do have a victim. >> reporter: dc's search and rescue team practices these drills regularly. this concrete plant provides plenty of slabs to look through and drill under. >> when they're looking for possible victims, they start with a listening device. and with these headphones, they can hear even the tiniest of fingernail scratching. >> reporter: take a listen. they also use rotating cameras fitted on the end of extension poles. >> as i see a victim right there so i would notify the chief i can see a victim, a live victim. and then we would go and extricate that person. >> once they find somebody, then a rescue group comes in behind them to start digging. and that crew moves on to the next building. so they're always leapfrogging each other going from building to building to building. >> reporter: after all
pittsburgh to our area, peggy fox, joining us from the newsroom. the story of one local family's long and difficult journey to adopt the haitian child. stpwhrár well, the nurse has been trying to adopt a little haitian girl for three years now since he was a baby. like many of the orphans there, her parents, they gave her to the orphanage because they could not afford this either. now because of the earthquake, the little girl is finally going to have her own home. and her own family. >> reporter: it's only a matter of time now before they bring home their third child, the 3-year-old , an orphan from haiti. >> i'm kpaoeutd. it's been a long time. >> reporter: before they had their first child, they always knew they wanted to adopt. >> yeah, there are so many kids in the world that need to be adopted. why bring others into the world? we had our own biological child, but we knew we were going to do this. stkpwhraár year ago, they adopted their second son, jonas, from texas. but they had been trying to adopt this little girl for three years since he was 2-months- old. a mother who was
, they are also on their way here and coming up at six, peggy fox, they have a story of the frederick maryland family. and that is finallying going to be bringing home a haitian child. and that they have been trying to adopt for three years. >>> the school in rockville, they have been reaching out to the people of haiti for nearly two years now. and now, one week after the earthquake, the entire school, they are mobilizing to do their part from home. lindsey mastis has that story. >> this is our little village. >> reporter: because of being short, students at st. catholics public school know all about haiti. >> they don't have good houses, just mud out here. >> reporter: the students have been raising money and donating supplies since their teacher first traveled there with the connection mission nearly two years ago. >> my first trip was very emotional. and i thought i was prepared. emotionally. to see all the different things. i'm sorry. >> it is just a relief. >> reporter: they were suppose to head for haiti on thursday, but because of the earthquake, her trip was canceled. >> and we suffer
guilty of violently take shaking a child in her care. peggy fox was the court when the sentence was delivered. >> she betrayed us and my son. >> reporter: erin and michael's 13-month-old child noah doesn't look injured today but a brain hemorrhage he suffered a year ago has left him with serious vision problems, regular seizure and irreversible damage. >> irreversible dodge to my son. we have a life sentence to live with. she does not. >> reporter: they convicted her day care provider of felony child abuse and child endangerment. it found the mother of two, who had run a day care for five years and received training in child care and cpr shook noah so violently that it caused his brain to bleed. >> everyone has a breaking point. she admits the child was crying. she admits she picked the child up and said why are you crying? if a child is crying, seth it down and walk away. >> she denied shaking noah and said he went limp. she performed cpr and called 911. >> the they tried to prove she couldn't have done it challenging the science behind shaken baby syndrome. >> no injuries to n
. it starts operating tomorrow. and we have a new train with peggy fox, and a ride. >> reporter: the new train service at dulles international airport is finally up and running. >> i remember when there was no subway. >> reporter: no, not metro rail. that's still in the works. this is aero train. starting tomorrow, it will whisk passengers from the terminal to their concourse in no time. >> this is the thing they have been planning for like 15 years. >> reporter: that's right. the underground tunnel and four- mile train track has taken eight years to build. at a cost of $1.5 billion. the train takes passengers to the ab and c concourses and replacing the mobile lounges which have been around since dulles opened in 1962. >> 30 years ago it was like a cow farm and were you going somewhere far and it didn't matter and this would be magnificent. >> reporter: the ride from the terminal to your concourse takes under two minutes. that's a big improvement from the people movers which could take up to 5 minutes. >> the mobile lounges are operating on the surface and trying to share the same pavement a
the celebrated champions known by their first names alone. peggy, dorothy, kristi. now with sasha out the focus turns to a new generation of teens. >> she nailed that landing. >> reporter: 17-year-old rachael flatt, a high school senior from colorado springs, placed first in the u.s. figure skating championships. >> competition in, competition out, she's just in to stay focused. >> reporter: 16-year-old mirai nagasu from southern california placed second. a surprise but not so much for nagasu's winning coach, determined to toughen her up. >> remember the no-cry rule. >> in rachael flatt you have a great athlete. in mirai nagasu you have an artist. they are eminently capable and eminently deserving. >> reporter: and undeniably underdogs. but underdogs have captured the gold bere. sarah hughes did in 2002. >> in the olympics anything, and i mean anything is possible. >> reporter: in vancouver it'll be up to these american teenagers. now the nation's best hope on ice. rehema ellis, nbc news, new york. >>> that's nbc "nightly news" for this sunday. here's anne curry now with a look at what's ahead
than 30 years ago. >> peggy byrd's boss said if the saints made their way to the super bowl, he would pay for the game. her boss put it in writing back in 1979. he says he regrets the wager. but intends to make good on it. >> good for him. >>> up next, the stories we'll be following today. >> it's being called the louisiana watergate. a scandal involving a senator, alleged intruders and her telephone lines. ( "sleigh ride" playing ) pretty. ( laughs ) there we go. ( phone rings, laughter ) ♪ ( phone rings ) victory starts now. with the special k challenge, you can lose up to 6 pounds... in 2 weeks. now with so many delicious ways to be victorious. lose up to 6 pounds in 2 weeks. join us at specialk.com. lhow about a newnds sometcustom media cabinet from ethan allen?r with savings like thes.. it's never been easier well made well priced well worth it ethan allen... extraordinary savings. limited time. i'm a free runner... ...national champion gymnast... ...martial aist... and a stuntwoman. if you want to be incredible, ! eat incredible. announcer: eggs. incredible energyfor body and
. they found 10,000 people die from the actions of such drivers. peggy fox talked to some. >> she hit it so hard. her car just blew up. >> reporter: carrie mcmahon of hyattsville witnessed a distracted driver kill herself when she swerved off the road two mondays ago. >> she kept locking down and then looking up. she was obviously looking for something in the car. as i go up the hill it is like her car exploded. it was like boom! >> reporter: stories like that are fueling a new fight against all kinds of distracted driving. it is spear headed by a group called focus driven. the founding members all have lost loved ones because of distracted drivers. >> look at that beautiful smile. and that beautiful smile and the x-rays of her teeth are what identified her body. >> she should be spending her first year in college this year and her mother and i should have seen her wed and held our first grandfather baby. >> so if they see somebody with a cell phone in their hand they are going to give them a ticket. >> reporter: they appeared with ray la hood. they want every state to pass health laws agai
. wackenschdol. fiber one chewy bars. cardboard no. delicious yes. >>> i'm peggy fox. and have you ever been stumped on what to get a new mom and her baby? we've got some great suggestions on momslikeme.com. >>> the music world, mourning the death of teddy who died yesterday just outside of philadelphia. eight months after undergoing surgery for colon cancer. turned out the lights and loved tko, nearly ten albums reach the platinum status. he was 59 years old. >>> supporters of gay marriage in the district have march 2 circled on their calendars when law legalizing same-sex marriages is expected to go into effect. they threw out the opponents. >>> and they want to bring love and even little lust to the nations capitol. they go that from the dateline. sworn in as the city's secretary of the department of love and relationships for this month long campaign to encourage romance. >>> all right, coming up. i want to cut your power bill in living smart. how your favorite home technology is costing you and how to save your money. >>> well, this is the document that gilbert arenas was hoping to neve
of the white house party crashing case. erwin gomez and peggy ioakim groomed michaele and tareq salahi before the couple went into the state dinner without an invitation. today, secret service spent hours questioning the stylists as witnesses in the case. the two revealed very little about what was said inside the district court today. >> we're not going to comment on the questions or the subject matter or any of that. erwin and his salon do respect the confidentiality of their customers. >> it was a very good experience, but as an american citizen i'm here to serve my country. and that's all i have to say. >> the salahis still have not been charged with anything. >>> there's a push to tax alcohol in the state of maryland today. supporters of a ten-cent tax increase on beer, wine and liquor gathered in an annapolis. the tax would lower the number of people who abuse alcohol. they also say the tax could help fund alcohol treatment centers. maryland has the 48th lowest alcohol tax in the nation. the tax proposal has faced strong opposition from the alcohol lobby in annapolis. the maryland gener
to suggest about this. jane: i want to put in what peggy noonan wrote in the "wall street journal," spefs a conservative speech writer for ronald reagan. the president does not seem to see or hear, he does not respond, he is not supple, able to see observations and change tact. he has a grim determination to bowl this thing through. he negotiates each day with congress, not with the people. but the people hate congress. has he not noticed? how do you answer that question. >> well, i think that's -- i don't think he has. in fact i think one of the things is that this white house believes that all they need to do is put the president out there and they can solve any problem and all they need to say is that, you know, here's what the program actually is, even if your eyes don't convince you of you -- of that. they've run up an amount of debt, spent more on programs that don't meet the promise also they made about it, a health care bill that nobody thinks is going to lower their premiums, raise the quality of care, or bend the health curve down, all of which the administration say is the rati
hairdresser. really. that's peggy. >> that guy? >> the woman with him. say what you want about mikee salahi, she had good blowout that night. >> i'll take your word for it. >>> federal investigators are looking into whether they made false statements to the secret service. a felony which could mean up to five years. >> i love that you had to disclose that. >> i just had to admit it. >> in case there is any controversy about that later. >> i'm a good journalist that way. >> you can join the live chat we're having at ac360.com. still ahead, the latest from haiti. we'll be right back. breathe right, the small strip that gives you... big nighttime breathing relief... introduces-- drum roll please-- new breathe right extra. the only strip with an extra spring-like band, it's 50% stronger for congested noses that need extra help in opening nasal passages... so you breathe even better. and now get two free samples... and experience a better night's sleep for yourself. go to breatheright.com to try new breathe right extra. ansfx: can shaking oper night's sleep for yourself. when you own a business,
i take a bow? >> you deserve a bow. >> look at them clapping for me. >> i'm still no peggy fleming, but at least i stayed upright. >> i get so emotional after those pieces there like i'm tearing up. we want to thank jojo. if you want to give the boot camp a shot check out our website at jojostarbuck.com. it was a lot of fun. of course i froze my little butt off but it was good. >> you had it stuck out there and it's too bad they picked those two spots for the olympic team. >>> let's get a check on what's coming up on "meet the press." david gregory joins us. >> good morning, lester. coming up a stunning political upset in massachusetts and now health care reform on the chopping block. with the state of the union on the horizon, what will the president do now? we have our exclusive guest, senior white house adviser valerie jarrett. then mitch mcconnell weighs in on what the victory means for his party as well. it's all this morning on "meet the press." >> david, thanks very much. that's going to do it for us on a sunday morning. thanks for being here action everyone. we'll see you o
copy, joe might even be there. it's going to be exciting. >> peggy, what did you learn today? >> jezy jackson really likes mika. >> norah? >> everybody likes -- >> how many people were in philadelphia last night? >> we had so much fun with governor rendell. >> it was a full house, 500 seats, governor rendell was there. he likes mika too. it was a great event. >> it was so much fun. >> so at fairfield tonight. >> yes. >> at the borders. and then -- >> west hartford tomorrow -- >> on saturday. >> it doesn't stop. >> and by the way, chuck and savannah, we're sorry. i know it usually takes people months to hate us, because we go over, this is probably going to happen for you in a week or so, you probably hate us now, as much as you hate each other. we're really sorry. willie, if it's way too early, what time is it? >> it's 2 after the hour and "morning joe." time now for "the daily rundown" with chuck and savannah. >>> i need help. i need help. >> haiti's cry for help. relief is coming in, but there's no infrastructure, almost no way to get it to them. >> they are desperate this morning f
is one very happy saints fan. peggy bird of biloxi, mississippi. getting ready to twirl her umbrella all the way to miami to support her nfc champions. >> a very cool story. bird's tickets and most of her expenses are being paid for by her boss. he's making good on a bet he made 31 years ago. he said the saints would never make a super bowl. bird says she never lost faith. >> in his defense, that was a pretty safe bet way back when. there are a lot of people still ying, i can't believe the saints are headed to the super bowl. >> you can tell she was relishing spinning that umbrella. >> very exciting, good for her. >> we know the president is backing them as well. >>> straight ahead it's time for the wednesday "skinny." >> we've got one from the what was he t >>> the president sat down with diane sawyer. president's walking in and goes in for a kiss of diane. he rarely did that with charlie gibson, rarely. after the kiss he appeared to be completely discombobulated. >> it's not gointo create any new jobs. >> the -- well -- you know -- the -- >> going forward -- >> yeah, i hope oprah doesn
. >>> erwin gomez and peggy iokum groomed michaele and tareq salahi before they got into the white house state dinner apparently without a invitation back in november. the stylest spent hours yesterday testifying before a federal grand jury. they also met with secret service agents inside the courthouse. at this point the salahis themselves have not been charged with any crimes. >>> prince george's county state attorney glenn ivey has decided not to make a run for congress. he held a news conference announcing he wouldn't challenge donna edwards for the fourth conditioningal district. he said he'll finish his term as state attorney and take a break from politics. >> i decided ultimately i didn't have the appetite for another political campaign right now. i'm going to take a little vacation from elective politics, not necessarily retiring permanently. i definitely want to finish out my job as state's attorney. >> ivy says he hopes to continue serving the public in other ways as a private zint. >>> the maryland and virginia general assemblies kick often their knew legislative sessions day. it lo
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